Norweld celebrates Australian Made Week with major manufacturing enhancements

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Norweld, Australia’s premier manufacturer of 4WD trays and canopies, is celebrating Australian Made Week by showcasing its recent industry projects.

Known for its high-quality, locally made products, Norweld has partnered with leading automotive accessory fitters and vehicle manufacturers, including Mareeba Mitsubishi, ARB, and INEOS, to deliver customised solutions for fleet and recreational customers both in Australia and abroad.

Norweld’s latest achievements include the customisation of its unique tray and canopy products for new and unreleased models, such as the INEOS Quartermaster, Ford F-150 Lightning, Toyota Tundra, and Mitsubishi Triton, the firm said in a media release.

Highlighting its innovative capabilities, Norweld executed a world-first aftermarket fit-up on the all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning. Partnering with GB Auto and AUSEV, Norweld delivered Deluxe Plus trays designed for some of the toughest mining conditions in the country.

Jaime McIntosh, managing director of Norweld, underscored the company’s commitment to innovation and local manufacturing.

“Our goal is to deliver a world class product, made in Australia, that showcases what local manufacturers are capable of,” McIntosh said.

He continued, “To do this we must continuously improve and always look to innovate our design, invest in production and collaborate with like-minded businesses. By doing so, we can develop best-in-class solutions for customers and have the opportunity to work on new 4X4 models before they’re released in Australia.”

The collaboration with ARB further underscores Norweld’s industry leadership.

Beau Sweetman, ARB Business Development manager, stated, Norweld’s premium products align perfectly with the needs of ARB’s customers which is why we continually trust Norweld for aftermarket tray and canopy fit-outs on all of our new demonstration vehicles.”

To meet the growing demand for its products, Norweld has invested over $2 million in high-tech manufacturing equipment, including a LVD laser cutter and Kawasaki welding robot, at its Brisbane and Cairns facilities.

The company has also expanded its workforce by more than 50 per cent over the past year across its eight Australian sites. This expansion includes new flagship manufacturing and fitting locations in Brisbane, Perth, and Newcastle.

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